U.S. soldiers carry injured on stretchers and fire guns in Italy during the Italian Campaign.
Italy Date:1943 Duration:1 min 40 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary television program depicts the role of U.S. soldiers in the Italian Campaign during World War II. Major General Rider of U.S. 34th Infantry Division speaks to Colonel Butler Commander of 168th Infantry Division. U.S. troops advance towards Dragoni. The troops fire artillery. The troops advance through the Volturno Valley. A soldier gives water to an injured. Soldiers carry injured on a stretcher. American-Japanese soldiers of 100th Infantry Division arrive. They stand in a line and are served food. The troops eat their food. Dead soldiers U.S. troops fire in Dragoni. Smoke rises in the foreground. A map of Italy showing Dragoni. The troops advance. A soldier treats an injured. Refugees walk in a street and are evacuated.
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